You haven't described any advantage we don't already have in the Evergreen ballroom. We only used 2/3rds of the available space (Evergreen 3 was still a separate room), so there's still years of expansion built into that location. The room is enclosed and carpeted, so loudness vs. other gamers is not a factor. We have access to food and bathrooms (much more so than in prior years, when we had to go upstairs for anything). I spent time walking around that wing of the convention, and we were only taking up the one room. There were plenty of opportunities for people to run games in other rooms, in the open gaming areas, or in any of the gaming rooms next to the auxiliary vendor area. I spent 10 minutes down there just fascinated with an HMGS table layout. If you're concerned with your personal game schedule and your personal travel time between games, I think that's a conversation to have with Dave Conant or Skip Williams, who are in charge of putting games in particular locations.